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April 4 Frank Fraser Potter Lecture in Philosophy
by John Martin Fischer:
“Near-Death Experiences: A New Interpretation”
@ 7:00 p.m. • CUE 203, WSU Pullman
Fischer is an expert in free will, moral responsibility, and both metaphysical and ethical issues pertaining to life and death. A University Professor and a distinguished professor of philosophy at the University of California, Riverside, Fischer will present the 56th Potter Lecture. Free • Everyone welcome!
April 4 Foley Institute Talk with Harry Silverstein, WSU philosophy professor emeritus, on “Responsibility and Avoidability” and John Martin Fischer’s work @ noon, Foley Speaker’s Room, Bryan Hall 208
April 5 Potter Forum with John Martin Fischer and Harry Silverstein on “The Frankfurt-Style Cases: Extinguishing the Flickers of Freedom” @ 3:00 p.m in Bryan Hall 305.